Blues musician John Mayall, 79.
Actress Diane Ladd, 77.
Musician Chuck Mangione, 72.
Country singer Jody Miller, 71.
Singer-keyboardist Felix Cavaliere (The Rascals), 70.
Comedian Garry Shandling, 63.
Director Joel Coen, 58.
Actor-comedian Howie Mandel, 57.
Actress Cathy Moriarty, 52.
Actress Kim Delaney (“NYPD Blue”), 51.
Actor Tom Sizemore, 51.
Actor Andrew McCarthy, 50.
Actor Don Cheadle, 48.
Singer Jonathan Knight (New Kids on the Block), 44.
Actor Larry Joe Campbell (“According to Jim”), 42.
Keyboardist Frank Delgado (Deftones), 42.
Actress Paola Turbay (“True Blood”), 42.
Actress Gena Lee Nolin, 41.
Actor Brian Baumgartner (“The Office”), 40.
Actress Anna Faris (“Scary Movie”), 36.
Rapper The Game, 33.
Drummer Ringo Garza (Los Lonely Boys), 31.
Actor Lucas Black (“Sling Blade,” “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift”), 30.
Marc Anthony comes to aid of Dominican orphanage
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Singer Marc Anthony is coming to the aid of an orphanage in the Dominican Republic. A foundation run by Anthony with music and sports producer Henry Cardenas plans to build a new residence hall, classrooms and a baseball field for the Children of Christ orphanage in the eastern city of La Romana. Anthony attended the groundbreaking ceremony Nov. 23 with his girlfriend, model Shannon de Lima. Children of Christ Foundation Director Sonia Hane said Anthony visited the orphanage previously and decided to help. His Maestro Cares Foundation raised $200,000 for the expansion on land donated by a sugar company. The orphanage was founded in 1996 for children who were abused or abandoned or whose parents were unable to care for them.
From Staff and Wire Reports